Hot Dads: The DILF Anthology

Hot Dads: The DILF Anthology by Savannah Chase, Elizabeth Coldwell, Taria, Alexandra Rowan, Jincey Lumpkin, Esq., John Jockel, D. L. Jackson, Em Brown, Bryce Wood, Jen Bluekissed, Jefferson
Publisher: Ravenous Romance
Genre: Contemporary, Action
Length: Full (199 pages)
Other: BDSM, M/F, F/F, M/M, F/M/M, Ménage, Multiple Partners, Voyeurism, Anal
Rating: 5 Cherries
Reviewer Flower Name: Hibiscus

DILF’s. They’re everywhere. That hot director, the guy next door, your old hockey coach, even your own husband?. Gay and straight and even bi. You’ll find 13 stories of hot dads in these sizzling pages, from spy dads to a dad who has a thing for orgies!

We promise that after reading HOT DADS! you will never look at that hunky guy in the business suit and the wedding ring the same way again!

Hot Dads: The DILF Anthology has something for everyone. From May December relationships with dads and their son’s and daughter’s friends and female dad’s and their daughter’s female teachers to new dad’s and the woman who lend them assistance, there is sure to be a dad you’ll like to read about.

My favorite story was Taking Chances by Savannah Chase. I found it to be a very simple, but wondeful love story. Ben finds out he is a father to baby Emma. There is some deviousness and tragedy regarding Emma’s mother, Jane. I loved the character of Laura. She reminded me of the typical girl next door who is always there to lend a hand no matter what you need. Even last minute, Laura just hops in the car for an overnight trip to help Ben care for Emma. Their interactions throughout the story had me wishing for a man like Ben for my very own.

I found The Penalty Shot to be a very eye opening story of a father’s love for his son and the quest for understanding. The story takes a major turn that I did not see coming when Coach Don Jansen seeks out Greg Miller, his deceased son’s friend for information about his son’s life after high school. The depth of need that Coach Jansen had to discover the truth was very moving for me.

Four Things About a Father was a very insightful look at a mother and her daughter and a father and his son. I loved how each point, starting with his voice and ending with his face, was introduced and then the story was woven with each point from the mother’s viewpoint. The story tells of their struggles to juggle sitters, dating and more over several months time.

I could go on in detail about each of the thirteen wonderful stories contained in this anthology but I don’t want to ruin the joy of discovering a dad for yourself. There is a virtual smorgasbord of DILF’s from which to choose. I know there were quite a few DILF’s I liked and I hope you’ll agree when you pick up your own copy!

Comments

  1. Sweet. Thanks for the great review. It’s wonderful to hear when someone has enjoyed our stories. The DILF Anthology is one of my favorite Ravenous Romance Anthologies. It’s got something for everyone and the stories all have unique voice that will keep you reading to the end. I’d like to mention this book is also recently out in print through Amazon.
    Thanks again,

    D.L. Jackson

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